Cornfield Avenue, Antietam Battlefield
Title:
Cornfield Avenue, Antietam Battlefield
Sharpsburg Maryland (MD), Divided Back unused


Bridge at Myers Mill, Antietam Battlefiled
Title:
Bridge at Myers Mill, Antietam Battlefiled
Sharpsburg Maryland (MD), Divided Back PM 1908 Jun-25



Indiana State Monument on Left & New Jersey State Monument on Right, Antietam Battlefield
Title:
Indiana State Monument on Left & New Jersey State Monument on Right, Antietam Battlefield
Sharpsburg Maryland (MD), Divided Back unused

Description:
Erected by J.N. Forbes Granite Co., Chambersburg, Pa


The Old Orndorf Mill
Title:
The Old Orndorf Mill
Sharpsburg Maryland (MD), Linen unused

Description:
Also shown stone bridge over Antietam Creek



Antietam Battlefield
Title:
Antietam Battlefield
Sharpsburg Maryland (MD), Chrome unused

Description:
Frank D. Kelley New York State Monument commemorating the services of its soldiers and officers who participated in the Battle of Antietam, Sept. 17, 1862


Burnside Bridge, Antietam National Battlefield Site
Title:
Burnside Bridge, Antietam National Battlefield Site
Sharpsburg Maryland (MD), Chrome unused

Description:
The battle of Antietam, September 17, 1862 greatly affected the course of the Civil War. The bridge, pictured, was named after Maj. Gen. Ambrose E. Burnside.



Burnside Bridge, Antietam Battlefield
Title:
Burnside Bridge, Antietam Battlefield
Sharpsburg Maryland (MD), Chrome unused

Description:
The battle of Antietam or Sharpsburg, in 1862, was the bloodiest of the Civil War, over 20,000 casualties being suffered by both sides. Gen. burnside's corps made repeated attempts with greatly superior numbers to force this bridge, but was driven back by the heavy fire of Confederate troops on the hill beyond..


Burnside Bridge, Antietam Battlefield
Title:
Burnside Bridge, Antietam Battlefield
Sharpsburg Maryland (MD), Chrome unused

Description:
This bridge named for Gen. Burnside whose Corps made repeated attempts with greatly superior numbers to force the bridge, but was driven back at the Battle of Antietam or Sharpsburg in 1862. This historic battle between the States was the bloodiest with over 20,000 casualties being suffered by both sides.



Dunkard Church, Antietam Battlefield
Title:
Dunkard Church, Antietam Battlefield
Sharpsburg Maryland (MD), Chrome unused

Description:
The original church stood in the midst of some of the fiercest fighting and changed hands several times. Old photographs show its shell-pocked walls. It was destroyed by a storm in 1921, but a local citizen salvaged and stored much of the original material, which was used in this restored structure built in 1962.


Entrance Antietam National Cemetery & Superintendent's House
Title:
Entrance Antietam National Cemetery & Superintendent's House
Sharpsburg Maryland (MD), Divided Back unused





Total: 10 Items